Four of the weirdest, strangest literary conspiracy theories broken down and explained, from Shakespeare to Lewis Carroll.
Who was Shakespeare? Some people don't believe William Shakespeare wrote his plays. One reader investigates the leading theories.
Whether they’re helping you spot a hoax or talk your loved ones out of a wacky idea, these books, including The Skeptics’ Guide to the Universe: How to Know What’s Really Real in a World Increasingly Full of Fake by Dr. Steven Novella, are invaluable.
Call it misinformation, alternative facts, or fake news, it's all the same. Arm yourself against it with these ten books about bad information!